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General and Restorative Dentistry

What does general dentistry include?

General Dentistry is the area of dentistry most people are familiar with. If you have undergone a scale and polish, a filling or have had dentures fitted then this all falls into the category of general dentistry.

What does Kedron Dental Centre offer?

Kedron dental centres offer a variety of dental services such as:

  • Preventative dentistry
  • Dental Fillings
  • Crowns
  • Root canal treatment
  • Bridges
  • Dentures
  • Custom made Mouthguards
  • Orthodontics
  • Dentistry for Children
  • Tooth Extractions
  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Veneers
  • Teeth whitening
  • Cosmetic bonding
  • Tooth grinding and TMJ problems

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We are committed to offering the highest quality dental care in a friendly, professional and relaxed atmosphere and our practice facilities and equipment enable you to receive the best treatment available.

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Quick FAQ's

Why are X-rays necessary?

X-ray examinations are an important diagnostic tool providing the dentist with important information on the status of your teeth eg.

  • the presence of decay and its precise location
  • the presence of abscesses
  • the extent of periodontal disease
  • the presence of abnormal growths such as tumours or cysts
  • the condition of roots
  • any changes in the jaw bone structure
  • other signs of disease that may not be detected by visual examination.

Early detection and treatment of dental problems can save time, finances, unnecessary discomfort, stress and complications. At Kedron Dental Centre we use the latest radiographic equipment to minimise exposure.

What happens if I don’t get my teeth cleaned regularly at the dentist?

Periodontal disease progresses as plaque and calculus are allowed to accumulate. The supporting tissues around the teeth (the gums, periodontal ligaments and bone) are lost. Pockets will form which trap even more plaque. Bad breath frequently occurs. Be mindful that once bone that supports teeth is lost, it will never regrow. Referral to a periodontist may occur.

How do I floss?

Hold the floss tightly between your thumb and forefinger for the upper teeth and between forefingers for the lower teeth with about 1 cm of floss between them, leaving no slack. Use a gentle rocking motion to guide the floss between your teeth. Avoid jerking or snapping the floss into the gums. When the floss reaches the gumline, curve the floss into a C-shape against one tooth until you feel resistance. Hold the floss against the tooth and gently scrape the side of the tooth. Move the floss away from the gum. Repeat for the other side of the gap, alongside the other tooth. Ensure all teeth are flossed, working in a set pattern.

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